The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Monday, 10 September 1990

Watching the Wheels


LATE:

 

‘Watching the Wheels’ – John Lennon


 

Gorbachev and Bush tell Saddam Hussein to get out of Kuwait.

 


I’ve watched DOCTOR WHO: THE GREEN DEATH here at Aunty Vi’s in Kellington.

 


Sophie Aldred’s back on TV this week in CORNERS. 

 


EXCALIBUR is on tonite.

 

Rang Betty; she’s fine.  Apparently Johnny Badcock was trying to get hold of me and even drove to the bungalow in his car.  Must have been disappointed.  She believes there’s a letter from Donna Davidson and something from the Poll Tax who have finally caught up with me…  Oh well.  Looks like I owe them £48, which isn’t as bad as I’d feared.  I suppose.

 

I’ve got no money left and need to borrow £20 from Vi.

 

I’ve written to OPEN GLOVE THEATRE based in Leeds asking for work and also attempted to contact someone at NORCAT with regards getting into UCCA’s clearing system.

 

I haven’t seen my Dad since I’ve been up, but I know he’s going to move house.  Hasn’t told me himself, though.

 

I’ve been dreaming about Mary-Jane Ferguson a lot.

 


 

“i like the beekles

i love the beekles sound…”

 

fuck my

dog

 

Orient Orient

 

JEW FLAPS

 

Concentrate

 

pisspisspisspisspiss

 

All the Streets Are Cack

 

PLOP PLOP

 

Shit pasty hashish

 

LSD: go away you smeggy hooligan

 

Flash

Ritcherd

Ritcherd

sexdrugsRocknRoll

 

Marijuanashitbangpie

 

the naughty

blue

crayon

ate

some

Cack

 

Get yer

rat out

 

ThoK!

 






 

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